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Georg Spalatin

Georg Spalatin played a critical role in the Saxon court during the early days of the Reformation and was an ardent supporter of reforms throughout northern Germany. Born January 17, 1484 as Georg Burckhardt in Spalt near Nuremburg, he was … Continue reading

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Birth of Georg Spalatin

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“Prelude on the Babylonian Captivity of the Church”

At the end of his German treatise, Address to the Christian Nobility (An den christlichen Adel deutscher Nation), Luther dropped a hint of what was coming next: “I know another little song about Rome and the Romanists. If their ears … Continue reading

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